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in afghanistan. the military has control of the entire country. it is dandy against resurging taliban. forceis -- this is a against resurging taliban. when we look back at the united states and our gang kids or whatever are reading history books, they will look at this finite and now on of time. they will look and see what america did with its position of power. to either lead to a world of oros or russian leadership will america be that shining city on the hill? i yield back. >> thank you for your service. >> i would say to my friend from illinois that i appreciate his fingering some of the early stakes that were proved to be catastrophic. we have accused the ambassador with way too much power with no lateral decisions that undercut military and the state department for having to have our country -- that documentsk this. you and i have traveled to iraq together. two things and we have to be concise -- two things that came up in that visit that stayed with me. the idea that the military was going to become a distribution entity. it is one thing to have some small things to fix a problem here a
clear this election is a top priority. a lot of afghans thought reconciliation with the taliban was our top priority. this should be our top priority and it is. we have not made that clear. there, i would agree, the election needs to be part of a broad-based reconciliation they largely feel alienated. that is what the selection can do. it will empower the afghan government. at that point, after the government -- after the elections, an empowered government supported by its people having international support backing up an army that is willing to fight for that government and then you can have about thoseation were willing to come out of the fight and give up the violence and let the afghan army deal with the rest. i think at that point, pakistan will accept that they have given up the notion that the taliban .re going to take over i think pakistan now feels that afghanistan threatens pakistan. i will say that pakistan would lower its objective and except some kind about, as long as there is some type of taliban and role. be toitical thing will have an empowered, fairly elected g
, the u.s. pulled out of afghanistan after the soviets left early in 1989. civil war and taliban rule came next followed by osama bin laden's arrival, the rise of al-qaeda. is the u.s. going to risk, sir a similar scenario if it leaves afghanistan for good in a year and a half or less? >> well, i think the real question that you have to ask is would it really make a difference if we leave them for another year or two years or three years at the level that we have them. would it really make a difference without them? i think the answer is probably not. therefore then why pay the cost? why lose more lives? why pay the financial cost of it? and i think the president is probably serious about pulling out because i think that's the conclusion in some ways, there is a political cost always with withdrawal. you have to justify it somehow. a lot of people are angry with karzai. you can see that among american elites particularly in the way he's been behaving as of late. go back to iraq when in fact the president ultimately decided to withdraw completely and won't leave anything behind pretty much.
is, can the afghans protect this vital facility from the taliban once the marines are gone? can these guys fight? >> absolutely. >> have you seen them? >> yes, sir. >> is it the same kind of thing we would do in the marines or you do in the air force? >> sometimes the tactics are different. the planning is different. the way that they discuss when and where they're going to do things, but when it has to happen, they make it happen. they're fast, brave and they get things done. >> the weapons become the operations chief. give me a sense of their capabilities. >> i think they're doing a pretty good job. i was here two years ago, since then the afghans have taken the lead in the fight against the insurgency and have stepped up and started doing what they need to do to secure the country. >> very soon this aircraft and the marines will be gone. but what you see today is one more example of how the afghans are taking charge of their own destiny. >> you know, sean, standing next to me, a lieutenant who was with us out to the dam. he's been here since? >> january of this year. >> you'v
the taliban he is major nidal hasan. he has agreed to represent himself. those potential jurors said they could put aside their views of muslims and sharia law. to consider only the evidence in this case. the judge rebuked hasan several times when he referred to himself as the shooter, she reminded hasan he is not testifying he could ultimately face the death penalty for killing 13 people at fort hood and wounding dozens more back in 2009 more than two dozen people are still missing after a train cash leveled a large chunk of a town. tonight, their families are getting some terrible news as the train company attempts to explain what went wrong plus, what could make wal-mart stop opening new stores? today, we may have found out and that's coming up. vo: traveling you definitely end up meeting a lot more people but a friend under water is something completely different. i met a turtle friend today. avo: whatever you're looking for, expedia has more ways to help you find yours. >> we have just gotten new details on saturday's deadly plane crash to san francisco. we have learned nowed th
it now has the facility under control. >>> the pakistani teen who was shot by the taliban for promoting education for girls will speak at the u.n. today. malala yousufzai was shot in the head in 2012. she has been getting medical treatment in the great britain. she will speak at a youth assembly in new york. today is her 16th birthday. >>> a murder mystery has some police up in the north bay -- stumped people up in the north bay. a body was found in vallejo on july 5 and police are asking for help in identifying the body. these are pictures of what the victim was wearing, an extra large shirt similar to this one and straight slim jeans size 36. if you know anything, vallejo police would like to hear from you. >>> a san jose police officer who was supposed to investigate and solve sex crimes is himself being investigated for a sex crime. the d.a. says 33-year-old tony fragger met a teen on facebook and exchanged explicit photos with her after the break she shared her age. according to the d.a.'s office, the man said you're 17, oh, man, i thought were you 21. lol. the eight-year veteran t
to accusations accusations sexual harassment, but will he step down from his position. . >>> malala, the taliban is marking her 16th birthday with an address to the united nations, let's listen in. >> united for the cause of education. and if we want to achieve our goal, then let us empower ourselves with the weapon of knowledge. and let us shield ourselves with unity and togetherness. dear brothers and sisters, we must not forget that millions of people are suffering from poverty, injustice and ignorance. >> that is malala she was shot in the head by the taliban after campaigning for education. un secretary general has declared her a symbol of hope, a daughter of the united nation as and today has been declared malala day. >>> we are also following breaking news this hour. former nsa leaker, edward snowden plans to ask for asylum in russia temporarily, and this is a meeting snowden had at the moscow airport. as ktvu kilah campbell reports, snowden invited humans rights groups to the room. >> i have been been following a group minute by minute on twitter. to the left is a woman are from wikileak
. karzai accused of u.s. of learning him out of peace talks with the taliban. we expect to hear more on the developing story from the white house in a scheduled press conference three hours from now. when one california gets her say on the situation, when i see you next. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> jury selection begins today in the court marshal of the army psychiatrist charged in the 2009 fort hood, texas shooting rampage. major nidal hassan is charged with killing 13 people and wounding more than 30 hours. he will defend himself and even question the wounded survivors. hassan is facing the death penalty if convicted. >>> happening now in sanford, florida. system in the george zimmerman trial. this is live video from the courtroom. it looked like there was some movement in there. today, the jury could hear about trayvon martin's use of marijuana and see a computer animation of the shooting. yesterday, the defense called martin's father to the stand, he testified it's his son's voice on 911 calls begging for help. two sanford police officers testified during the investig
yelled allahu akbar, he admits he was defending what he calls the taliban and mullah omar. are you disappointed that holder refuses to file terrorism charges and the administration calls this a workplace shooting? >> not only am i disappointed, i'm embarrassed. mr. holder needs to understand the repercussions of his actions, because each with major hasan making a statement yesterday about him wearing a uniform, a proven fact that he is a terrorist. even with him wearing a beard. and for mr. holder to even make a suggestion from department of justice going to dod's business, that's not his lane. and, you know, it's kind of interesting to figure out, you know, when a person makes a decision like that, they have never served in uniform or even has he ever visited our troops in theater. so maybe he might want to go to afghanistan to visit our troops so he can get an up close and personal feel of the reason why we're doing the job that we're doing before he decides to make a decision that he's making that is just preposterous. gregg: is it true that because the white house and eric hold
in the attack at fort hood speak out during jury selection. he told the jurors he supports the taliban and sharia law. the judge had to remind him several times to rephrase his questions and avoid mentioning his beliefs. hassan faces execution or life without parole if he's convicted in the rampage that left these people dead and 3 dozen of his former colleagues injured. gregg: new developments on the asiana airline crash in san francisco. we are now hearing some of the frantic 911 calls placed by passenger. >> we just are at the san francisco airport and our airplane crashed upon landing. gregg: amazing how couple that young man was. were the efforts to get people off the plane -- it didn't begin immediately, right? >> that's right. initially after this plane bounces and skidded count runway, the pilot told everyone to stay in their seats. it wasn't until after one of the flight attendants noticed flames were erupting outside the plane did the evacuation begin. it turns out three night attendants were ejected from the plane when the tail section broke off. they survived but two passen
, every boy and every girl who have raised their voice for their rights. >> a taliban gunman tried to assassinate her after calling to educate girls in her native pakistan. ma maullala returned after her medical treatment in britain. >>> the royal baby watch is reaching a fever pitch. no place on earth is getting more attention than one street. that's become a media waiting room, if you will. charlie d'agata is outside st. mary's hospital in london. charlie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, gayle. yes, the tension and excitement has been building here outside the hospital. we're all awaiting the arrival of kate. now, over the past 24 hours or so we've seen the press corps double in size. they've been marking out their territory, staking their claim to try to get a position where they can catch a glimpse of kate when she arrives. in the unlikely event she arrives at the front entrance here. police have been searching the area around the hospital checking out trash cans this morning, even street lamps, looking for anything suspicious. and o
in the same room with them. that is when he was talking about how he would be supporting the taliban. we all looked at him. it was incredible. then what? will we leave all of our games on the floor and not have any type of progress in that region? that is a great question. we will see what happens. connell: we did not need a panel today. it is always good to see you, senator. thanks for coming on today. dagen: stocks now. keith bullets joining us now. >> i think the expectations have been ratcheted down so severely. you may see a lot of companies barely beating their estimates. second quarter is supposed to be a little bit of a trough here. hopefully, that is all it is. i do not expect a real good earnings surprise. dagen: what could lift stocks higher? >> certainly not higher interest rates. that will change the dynamics. i think that higher interest rates will help financial companies which is the one factor that is supposed to be performing well in the second quarter. dagen: good to talk to you, keith. be well. thank you. connell: the u.s. is losing the top spot in a new un study. it is a
of trying to negotiate peace with the taliban and doing that without him. joe, president obama i think running out of patience with the situation there. >> you know, yes. and, of course, there's so much to be concerned about here. of course neocons will be concerned that we're going to leave no troops there. of course. i'm concerned, i know you are, all of us are concerned that it's taken now four years to get to this point. we're essentially where we were four years ago. joe biden was there four years ago. i don't know if people remember but, mark halperin, there was that scene in 2008 where joe biden went over, met in afghanistan, met with karzai, he was still a senator then, he got up, he threw his, you know, napkin down, stormed away from the table, and joe biden said then, privately and publicly, to some people, that we just did not -- we never would have a partner in karzai. and it has seemed painfully obvious for a lot of us for a very long time, for joe biden as well, i think though this is -- i think at the end of the day, this is where the president wants to be with his legac
scene is characterized by state dissolution and instability. al qaeda called up in the taliban-led a failed state of afghanistan launched the september 11 attacks. today, this extremist group is recruiting terrorists in annapolis. -- in minneapolis. criminal groups are making common cause around the world to the detriment of law- abiding states and citizens. the fund for international -- for peace and national farm policy issued a 2013 failed state index last month. it listed 20 countries with somalia and the democratic republic of," leading the way as in critical condition and 20 more in serious danger. this problem of uncovered spaces will be with us work for a generation or more in there will be contingencies when american interests and the american public demand that we act. for example, haiti has earned its ranking as eighth most unstable country in the world. the interventions haven't driven by her desire to alleviate human misery and prevent a flood of haitian refugees washing up on our shores. these are objections that the american public can understand and support but
with the taliban and negotiations over a long-term security deal ended abruptly. we'll talk more with cnn chief national correspondent john king coming up at the bottom of the hour. >>> could nsa leaker edward snowden's new home be venezuela? they received a formal asylum request from snowden is waiting to hear back from him. venezuela's foreign minister cautioned russia still has to weigh in on the request. snowden is believed to be hold up in a moscow airport. >>> vice president biden said to attend a funeral for the 19 fallen firefighters. the union expected to attend. the death of the hot shots considered the worst fire fighting loss since september 11th. >>> unless patriots hernandez lawyers appeal, we'll know what was seized from his home. hernandez is charged with the premeditated murder of his one-time friend odin lloyd. his associate carlos ortiz will appear in court later this morning. >>> and lastly, check out these raging floodwaters creating chaos in toronto. take a look at this double decker train, hundreds of passengers strappeded for more than five hours when the bottom deck bec
himself at the trial and his first time addressing potential jurors, he admitted he supports the taliban and sharia law. then asked the jurors their thoughts on islam. many of whom said they had negative views but they could put those views aside only to consider the evidence. ten jurors have been tentively selected so far. 13 are needed for the trial. he is accused of going on a shooting rampage. we all remember back in 2009, killing 13 people. he does face execution or life without parole if in the meantime, another bombshell this morning. a former top security official just revealed the 2009 massacre was first labeled as a terrorist attack before it was then switched to workplace violence. former new york city mayor rudy guiliani calling the decision dangerous. >> i think it is exceedingly damaging to engage in this fiction that the attack at fort hood was work lace violence and there is a certain reluctance to describe someone as an islamic extremist terrorist for fear that you're going to make a mistake, but it certainly played a role in the case of major hasan that it was so obviou
the taliban. guest: thank you so much for your question and you're concerned. thank you for paying attention to what is happening in congress. i would encourage you to go to moveon. it sounds like you are calling for occupy congress. carolina, folks may know there has been a movement called moral mondays. there have been protesters week after week after week at the state capitol. folks have been getting arrested. these are reverends, students from duke university and other universities. strongly.ming out so the state legislature has taken a hard right turn. they are passing draconian budgets. they have gone to the extreme, extreme right. what you are seeing is an effective protest movement. our members will deliver a petition to the governor in north carolina. that is an example of the kind actionnizing that direct that gets at what you are asking about. whether the same thing should be happening in congress, it is up to our members to make that happen. host: richard is from massachusetts. good morning. caller: good morning. nice talking to you. i want to talk about barack obama. to me, he's
than the taliban. guest: thank you so much for your question and you're concerned. thank you for paying attention to what is happening in congress. i would encourage you to go to moveon. it sounds like you are calling for occupy congress. in north carolina, folks may know there has been a movement called moral mondays. there have been protesters week after week after week at the state capitol. folks have been getting arrested. these are reverends, students from duke university and other universities. this is coming out so strongly. the state legislature has taken a hard right turn. they are passing draconian budgets. they have gone to the extreme, extreme right. what you are seeing is an effective protest movement. our members will deliver a petition to the governor in north carolina. that is an example of the kind of organizing that direct action that gets at what you are asking about. whether the same thing should be happening in congress, it is up to our members to make that happen. host: richard is from massachusetts. good morning. caller: good morning. nice talking to you. i want t
. the corruption is rampant. taliban is there you know, when you look at it, we unfortunately need to figure out a way to engage more in a diplomatic initiative recognizing that in terms of -- inserting american troops in afghanistan just won't work. it has not work and it won't work in the future. we have the history -- afghanistan to prove that. >> bill: congresswoman barbara lee our guest in studio. congresswoman, you were there yesterday at the white house. for the meeting with the congressional black caucus and president obama. tell us about the meeting. good terms? what did you talk about? >> it was a very good meeting. of course, our chair congresswoman marcia fudge from ohio is a wonderful great leader and she of course, along with president obama cochaired the meeting. we talked about many issues that are of the extreme importance to the congressional black caucus. the african-american community communities of color but also to our entire country. we talked about immigration reform. and why it is so important to have comprehensive immigration reform. and that we cannot leave any immigra
.s. officials describe the plot as a lone wolf attack to downplay the next to the palace -- pakistan the taliban said despite the tape that was released the day before things to david as workplace violence. kim you tell me what the upside is? why would we choose to characterize the enemy this way? what are we gaining from that? do you know, ? it is not you but i am trying to strategizing at. >> the only thing i feel very uncomfortable to give this explanation because it is my hypothetical psychobabble analysis of somebody else's thinking but i believe the thought is if you've engaged in direct combination or logical conclusions you will offend the size of which will lead to further attacks. civic is there any evidence? >> i am not arguing i and saying it is a general mistake i think it is just the opposite because my a knowledge of islamic terrorism goes back to 1973 for 74. win the attacks with the palestinian attacks and was the assistant u.s. attorney that i was put on the condition to study islamic terrorism. i investigated islamic terrorism as u.s. attorney in dealt with it as a mayor. the
taliban despite the existence of the tape, the tape that was released the day before. with this and things like naming nidal hasan's acts as workplace violence, the attack in benghazi as a spontaneous eruption from a crowd, i'm wondering can you tell me what the upside is, what is -- why would we choose as an administration, as a nation, why would we choose to characterize the enemy this way, these acts -- what do we gain? what are we gaining from that? do you know? be. [laughter] i know it's not you, but i'm trying to strategize what is the strategy in doing so? >> well, i mean, the only thing i -- i feel very uncomfortable giving this explanation because it's my hypothetical sort of psychobabble analysis of somebody else's thinking, but i believe the thought is that if you engage too much in direct conversation about this or just logical conclusions about what happened, you're going to fend the other side -- offend the other side so much it's going to lead to further attacks. >> mr. mayor, with all due respect, is there any -- >> please, i'm not arguing that. i think that's a terrible mi
for the pakistani school girl who nearly died when shot in the head by the taliban for promoting education for girls. malala yousafzai will give her first public speech this morning, taking place at the united nations. the address to a special gathering of young people comes a day after her 16th birthday. >> such a remarkable young lady. oh. inspiration to so many. >> light bulbs were invented back in the 1880s. but the chicago cubs didn't start using them at wrigley field until 1980s. guess what? now the team is leaping into the millennium with plans to install, yep, a jumbotron. as you can imagine not everybody is happy. the city has finally granted permission for the team to put in the 5,700 square foot structure in left field. but local alderman and owners of the famous rooftops where fans watch games they're furious saying the jumbotron would cut into their views and ruin the quality of life in that neighborhood. >> staunch opposers to that. ooh, boy. >> she doesn't look like a weight lifter at all. but a young woman managed to lift a truck off her father's legs this week and save him from seve
. take a listen. >> on the 9th of october, 2012, the taliban shot me on the left side of my forehead. they shot my friends, too. they thought that the bullet would silence us. they failed. out of that silence came thousands of voices. the terrorists thought they would stop my ambitions. nothing changed in my life except this. weakness, fear, and hopelessness died. strength, power, and courage was born. [ phil ] when you have joint pain and stiffness... accomplishing even little things can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not
the people at the eco taliban that had been messaging me, if you look into their twitter -- >> the flash mob. >> yeah. they also are mad about the kochs. they have a moveon.org petition. it's like carbon copy every single one of these people has the same -- it's unbelievable. but koch really got their pantsities in a huge knot. you have no comment? >> i have no comment. but actually our next guest might because he assesses risk for a living. the world's largest and oldest insurance market is releasing its biannual risk index which surveys more than 500 of the world's top business leaders to get a read on what they think the greatest risks to their businesses are going to be. i don't know if he wants to take on some of the risks that joe was just mentioning, but let's talk about the biggest risk that is suggested as part of the survey which is taxes. >> yes, good morning. it's an interesting survey. we do this every two years. high taxation has moved right up the agenda from 13 in 201 is to the number one slot this year in 2013. i suppose it's not unsurprising given the focus on taxation by g
with an education. last year malala yousafzai was shot in the case by the taliban on her way to school. >>> and finally you know that old expression, when pigs fly. apparently there's a place in the caribbean where they swim. it happens in the bahamas at a place called what else, pig island. the wheeled boar swims toward sightseeing boats to beg for a bite to eat but i think it's the cutest video. >> this is not the first time that piglet has gotten food tossed from the boat. >> like a big to water i guess we have to say. >> they're very smart. >> very smart and adorable. that's all i got. how much can you say about a pig in a pool? >> it's adorable. >> another failure for me. >> never a failure. >> incontrovertible, completely true, in about 90 minutes the defense will give their closing statements saying that george zimmerman was defending himself when he shot and killed trayvon martin. prosecutors yesterday insisted zimmerman lied over and over again on what happened that february night. the jury is expected to get the case this afternoon. before we break down what happened in court
certain taliban. this is a war that has to continue but we are on a -- on the eve for the victory of the people of afghanistan. when we look back on the united states when our grandkids or reading history books, it will look at this finite amount of time when there was instability in the middle east and everywhere and what did america do with its position of power and it will lead to a world of chaos, a world worth russian or chinese leadership or where america continues to be the shining city on the hill. thank you for your testimony. >> mr. connolly of virginia is recognized. >> i appreciate his fingering some of the early mistakes that were catastrophic. i would argue part of the problem was our own command structure because we infused too much power for unilateral power -- decisions. to try to keep the country together posted vision. i enjoyed talking to you about that and i commend the book by thomas ricks which documents this in agonizing in painful detail. mr. bowen, you and i traveled to iraq together. we will be concise, two things that came up during that was a -- was th
than the taliban. fort: thank you so much your question and you're concerned. thank you for paying attention to what is happening in congress. i would encourage you to go to moveon. it sounds like you are calling for occupy congress. in north carolina, folks may know there has been a movement called moral mondays. week have been protesters after week after week at the state capitol. folks have been getting arrested. students reverends, from duke university and other universities. this is coming out so strongly. the state legislature has taken a hard right turn. they are passing draconian budgets. they have gone to the extreme, extreme right. what you are seeing is an effective protest movement. ar members will deliver petition to the governor in north carolina. that is an example of the kind of organizing that direct action that gets at what you are asking about. whether the same thing should be happening in congress, it is up to our members to make that happen. host: richard is from massachusetts. good morning. caller: good morning. nice talking to you. i want to talk about barack
, the international scene is characterized by state dissolution and instability. al qaeda called up in the taliban-led a failed state of afghanistan launched the september 11 attacks. today, this extremist group is recruiting terrorists in minneapolis. various criminal groups are making common cause around the world to the detriment of law- abiding states and citizens. the fund for peace and national farm policy issued a 2013 failed state index last month. it listed 20 countries with somalia and the democratic republic of," leading the way as in critical condition and 20 more in serious danger. this problem of uncovered spaces will be with us work for a generation or more in there will be contingencies when american interests and the american public demand that we act. for example, haiti has earned its ranking as eighth most unstable country in the world. lately, the interventions haven't driven by her desire to alleviate human misery and prevent a flood of haitian refugees washing up on our shores. these are objections that the american public can understand and support but i was in the state dep
, the teenager shot by the taliban last year for promoting education for girls in pakistan. today is her 16th birthdays and she's addressing a youth assembly at the united states astates -- united nations, and today is declared malala day bip the u.n. >>> and completed the first step in his bid for a political comeback. he beat the midnight deadline files thousands of signatures needed to get him on the primary ballot for the new york comptroller's race. >>> and former chicago bulls star scottie pippen was skewed for $4 million thursday by an autograph seeker who claims pippen assaulted him last month outside a malibu, california restaurant. police did question pippen after the incident, but the hall of famer was not charged. >>> the chicago landmarks commission signed off last night on a controversy plan to erect a jumbotron-style video screen at wrigley field that would rise above the left field wall. it would be three times the size of wrigley's familiar old-fashioned scoreboard. renovations to the chicago cubs home field must still be approved by the city council and other officials. >>>
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president take to the streets after friday. and the pakistani teenager who survived a taliban murder attempt says education is
in the head by a taliban for advocating education for girls fought her way back to health. she held on to her belief that every child has the right to an a education. and now she's defied the terrorists by taking her message to the united nations. >> they thought that the bullet would silence us. but they failed. weakness, fear and
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